Mention the Jeep Commando to an off-roading enthusiast, and often,
they would remember the 1971 or earlier models. The 1972 Jeep
Commando was quite the deviant during its time - with its
uncharacteristic front grille design that mirrored its competition
more than its own lineage. Interestingly, this frowned-upon
styling, which made such a fuss almost 50 years ago, seems to have
never happened - now that the Commando is considered a high-value
collectible.Long before the advent of SUVs, the 1972 Jeep Commando
was the suburban vehicle of choice. It featured 4WD and new AMC V6
and V8 engines. The Commando was the first to sport automatic
transmission and was available as a pickup, convertible, roadster,
and station wagon.This Jeep is powered by the 304ci V8 with an
impressive amount of torque. Mated to that V8 is a TH400 automatic
transmission, a rare find in an off-roader of this era! On the
outside, this Commando wears a unique Canary Yellow paint(refreshed
since new) and that color extends to some interior panels. Coming
from a Nevada-based ownership history, this Jeep Commando has
remained solid throughout the years. Nefarious Kustoms, out of Las
Vegas, turned up the cool factor with additions like: a big lift
kit, huge 35 inch BFGoodrich tires, off-road lighting, a
bed-mounted spare tire, an off road tool package with a jerry can
for extra fuel and much more!
1972 Jeep Commando
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